precoracoid

Terms vs Precoracoid - What's the difference?

terms | precoracoid |


As nouns the difference between terms and precoracoid

is that terms is while precoracoid is (anatomy) the anterior part of the coracoid (often closely united with the clavicle) in the shoulder girdle of many reptiles and amphibians.

Amphibian vs Precoracoid - What's the difference?

amphibian | precoracoid |


As nouns the difference between amphibian and precoracoid

is that amphibian is an animal of the amphibia; any four-legged vertebrate that does not have amniotic eggs, living both on land and in water while precoracoid is (anatomy) the anterior part of the coracoid (often closely united with the clavicle) in the shoulder girdle of many reptiles and amphibians.

As an adjective amphibian

is (obsolete) having two natures or amphibian can be of or relating to the amphibians amphibia.

Reptile vs Precoracoid - What's the difference?

reptile | precoracoid |


As nouns the difference between reptile and precoracoid

is that reptile is while precoracoid is (anatomy) the anterior part of the coracoid (often closely united with the clavicle) in the shoulder girdle of many reptiles and amphibians.

Clavicle vs Precoracoid - What's the difference?

clavicle | precoracoid |


As nouns the difference between clavicle and precoracoid

is that clavicle is the collarbone; the prominent bone at the top of the chest between the shoulder and the neck while precoracoid is (anatomy) the anterior part of the coracoid (often closely united with the clavicle) in the shoulder girdle of many reptiles and amphibians.

Coracoid vs Precoracoid - What's the difference?

coracoid | precoracoid |


In anatomy|lang=en terms the difference between coracoid and precoracoid

is that coracoid is (anatomy) a small bone linking the scapula and sternum in birds, reptiles and some other vertebrates while precoracoid is (anatomy) the anterior part of the coracoid (often closely united with the clavicle) in the shoulder girdle of many reptiles and amphibians.

As nouns the difference between coracoid and precoracoid

is that coracoid is (anatomy) part of the scapula that projects towards the sternum in mammals; the coracoid process while precoracoid is (anatomy) the anterior part of the coracoid (often closely united with the clavicle) in the shoulder girdle of many reptiles and amphibians.

As an adjective coracoid

is of, pertaining to or resembling such a process or bone.

Anterior vs Precoracoid - What's the difference?

anterior | precoracoid |


In anatomy|lang=en terms the difference between anterior and precoracoid

is that anterior is (anatomy) nearer the forward end; nearer the head of an animal or the front of a human while precoracoid is (anatomy) the anterior part of the coracoid (often closely united with the clavicle) in the shoulder girdle of many reptiles and amphibians.

As an adjective anterior

is before in place.

As a noun precoracoid is

(anatomy) the anterior part of the coracoid (often closely united with the clavicle) in the shoulder girdle of many reptiles and amphibians.

Praecoracoid vs Precoracoid - What's the difference?

praecoracoid | precoracoid | Alternative forms |

Praecoracoid is an alternative form of precoracoid.


As nouns the difference between praecoracoid and precoracoid

is that praecoracoid is while precoracoid is (anatomy) the anterior part of the coracoid (often closely united with the clavicle) in the shoulder girdle of many reptiles and amphibians.